Skillful Representation, One Who Knows How To Build A Strategy To Defend Against Internet Crime Charges In NYC

"Sam's unique personality and his methods work wonders. If you want a lawyer who's talented and determined, look for Sam. He's very approachable and genuine, and he doesn't play into the profile of the stereotypical stuck-up lawyer who's after your money. That being said, thanks for fighting for us!" — Citysearch.com review

Cases involving Internet crimes are made more difficult by the complex technological issues involved. These cases cannot be handled in the same way as other criminal offenses.

Getting an attorney who understands this specialized area of law, one who can be your advocate, is vital.

Defense Against A Wide Range Of Serious Internet Felony Charges

Samuel Gregory is a renowned criminal defense attorney in Brooklyn, New York, with more than 25 years of experience on his side. From defending against serious drug trafficking offenses to racketeering to computer fraud, he has done it all.

He often defends against a wide range of serious Internet felony charges in state or federal court, including:

  • Computer fraud
  • Email fraud
  • Hacking
  • EBay fraud/online auction fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Child pornography (possession, sale or distribution of child porn)
  • Solicitation of a minor over the Internet
  • Disseminating lascivious material to a minor

Sam knows how to build a legal strategy that is designed to defend against these charges. His reputation is built on his ability to stand strong in the face of adversity. His experience comes into play in the most complicated and challenging criminal defense cases.

He thrives in the courtroom. His ability to undermine evidence and witnesses has helped him win cases against enormous odds. He is ready to put the same level of intense representation to work for you.

Contact Sam Gregory Today

If you or a loved one have been arrested or investigated for a computer crime, he can help. Contact Sam Gregory at 718-804-5208 to set up a free consultation to discuss your computer crime charges.